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martes, 15 de enero de 2008

PHRASAL VERBS: COME ACROSS/GET BACK/GET ON/GO ON/PUT ON/TURN ON

CHOOSE THE RIGHT VERB AND PUT IT INTO THE CORRECT FORM:

1. Let me know if you ________ my keys.
2. ______ your shoes _______. It´s time to leave.
3. The train stopped and several people ______.
4. Why don´t you _______ the lights ______? I can´t read properly.
5. When did you ______ back from Spain?
6. The day _____ and still no phone call.

VERBS: GET+ ANGRY/BORED/BETTER/WORSE/OLD/SICK/STRONGER/EXCITED/TIRED/WORRIED

COMPLETE WITH ONE OF THE ADJECTIVES ABOVE:

1. The neighbours are now taking turns in the streets to protect themselves from thieves. We can see that things are getting ________ in the block.
2. Look at this rain! Take an umbrella or you´ll get _____.
3. The room was full of presents. The children will get ______.
4. He is very bad-tempered. He usually gets ______ quite easily.
5. I´m getting ______. I´ve been doing exercise all day.
6. The film was too long and everybody got ______.
7. If you are going to arrive late, phone your parents or they will get _______ since they don´t know where you are.

PUT THE VERBS IN THE RIGHT TENSE

1. This strange story _____ (BEGIN) in 1999, when a man ______ (TURN UP) at a Toronto hospital after he ______ (ATTACK).
2. The mystery man, whose identification papers _______ (STEAL) during the assault, was interviewed on the 3rd channel.
3. He _____ (SPEAK) English with a British accent, but could also _______ (SPEAK) fluent French and a little German.
4. The mystery man ______ (TURN INTO) a celebrity overnight and the Canadian Press immediately _______ (LABEL) him "Mr. Nobody".
5. She ________ (MAKE) a statement in which she _____ (INSIST) that her husband is not a criminal.